“Stagecoach” Mary Fields was a hard-drinking, gun-toting, street-brawling black woman in the Montana frontier. She also was a kind-hearted guardian to the children of her former mistress, and a dear friend to their aunt, who was an Ursuline nun. She became Catholic and held many jobs to make ends meet, frequently losing her businesses because she couldn’t help but be charitable.
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